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y, his heir. Philip, d. s. p. 1768.

The son and heir,

Henry Stapilton, Esq. of Wighill, in. Harriet, dau. and
co-heir of Sir Warton Pennyman-Warton, Bart, of Beverley,
CO. York, by whom he had an only dau., Martha, who m. 29
July, 1783, Major-Gen. the Hon. Granville Anson Ciiet-
WYND, youngest son of William, 4th Viscount Chetwynd, who
assumed by royal licence the name and arms of Stapylton,
and by her (who d. 20 Nov. 1822) left at his decease, 2 Dec.

Henry Rich4bd.

Granville William, b. 1800; d. 1840.

Harriet Honora, d. 1867.

Esther Susannah, 6. 1791; d. 1839.

Margaret, d. 1805.

Diana Clarissa, m. Sept. 1824, Peter Mere Latham, M.D., and
d. 28 Sept. 1825.

The son and heir,

Heney Richard Chetwynd-Stapylton, Major 10th IIu?s.nrs,
6. Jan. 1789; m. 13 Dec. 1820, Margaret, dau. of George
Hammond, Esq. of Portland Place, and by her (who d. 24
July, 1882, aged 84) had issue,

I. Henry Edward, present representative.

II. Gnnville George, b. 22 March, J8'23, Lient.-Gen. late
32nd Regt. ; m. 8 Dec. 1804, Lady Barbara Emily Leosrn.
dau. of Joseph, 4th Earl of MiUtown, K.P., and has had

Granville Joseph, Lieut. R.A., b. 11 Sept. 1871.
Bryan Henry, Lieut. Cheshire Regt., b. 10 June, 1873.
Richard Cecil, b. 14 April, 1876; d. 27 June, 1878.
Barbara Margaret.





n. William (Bcv.), Hon. Canon of Rochester and Vicar of
Malden-cum-Chcssington, Surrey, 6. 15 May, 1825; to. 26
Oct. 1852, Elizabeth liiscoe, dau. of the late Rev. Robert
Tritton, Rector of Morden, Surrey, and by her (who d. 18
Sept. 1893) has i.ssue,
Edward, b. 20 July, 1855 ; m. 27 Sept. 1879, Mary Beatrice,
d;iu. of Henry Co«ie, Esq. of Calcutta, and has issue,
Richard, 6. 28 June, 1880 ; Lilian Beatrice, b. 16 Aug.
1881; Dorothy, 6. 1883.
Frederick, b. 15 Oct. I8D7 ; m. Maud, dau. of William
Hiram Monison, Esq. of New York, and has a son,
Alan, 6. 1892.
Granville, 6. 11 Dec. 1858; m. 15 Dec. 1885. Elizabeth,
dau. of the late James Routledge, Esq., and has issue,
Granville Brian, b. 1887 ; Ella Mabel.
Ella, TO. 6 June, 1886, Henry Cockburn, Esq. of Kensing-
ton Gate.
1. Margaret Diana, m. 25 Sept. 1856, George Carnac Barnes,
Esq., C.B., Commissioner of the Cis-Sutlej States, East
Indies, who d. 13 May, 1661, leaving,
George Stapylton, Barrister-at-Law, 6. 8 Feb. 1858: m.
SVjil de Gournay, dau. of the late Charles Buxton, E.=q.,
Arthur Stapylton (Rev.), 6. 31 May, 1861.
Margaret Louisa Stapylton, to. 3 April, 1883, Rev. WiHiam
Neville Usher.
Mr. Chetwynd-Stapylton d. 4 April, 1859.

Arms — Arg., a lion rampant sa. Crest — Out of a ducal coro-
net or, a Saracen's head ppr. Supporters — ^Two talbots arg.,
their shoulders guliee (le sang. MoUo — Fide sed cui vide.
Jiesidence — 72, Warwick Square, S.W.


Stapylton, Hemet Miles, Esq. of Myton Hall,
CO. York, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff 1876, late
Major 2nd Dragoon Guards, b. 8 July, 1831 ; m.
38G0, Aurelie Victoria, dau. of M. Gaston de Royer,
of the Chateau de Morand, Sarthe, France.

Lineage. — This is a branch of the ancient house of Sta-
piLTON of Wighill.

Brian Stapylton, Esq., J. P., Receiver-General in the north
parts for King Charles I. (eldest son of Sir Robert Stapylton,
of Wighill, by Olive, his 2nd wife, dau. of Sir Henry Sherring-
ton, and widow of John Talbot, Esq.), seated himself at Myton,
near Boroughbridge, co. Tork. He m. Frances, dau. of Sir
Henry Slingsby, Km., of Scriven, and had issue,

I. Henrt, his heir. ir. Robert.

III. Miles, Auditor and Librarian to Cousins, Bishop of Dur-
ham, temp. Charles II., J. P., ancestor of
Henry Stapylton, Esq. of Norton, co. Durham, J. P., m.
3 Jan. 1786, Mary Ann, dau. of Robert Gregory, Capt.
R.N., and had issue,

1 John, Barrister-at-Law.

2 Rotiert iMartin, of the Army Pay Office, m. Eliza, dau.
of J. Bockett, Esq., and has ason and five daus., Robert
George, Henrietta Charlotte, Eliza, Lucy, Mary, and

1 Mary Frances, m. Marshall Fowler, Esq. of Preston,
cc. Durham.

2 Olivia, m. George William Sutton, Esq. of Elton.

3 Lucy. 4 Henrietta Charlotte.

I. Olivia, TO. 1st, Sir William Vavasour, Bart., of Copman-
thorpe, Major-Gen. to the King of Sweden, slain at the siege
of Copenhagen 1658. Lady Vavasour ni. 2ndly, Richard
Topham, Esq.

n. Frances, m. John Hutton, Esq. of Marske.

III. Ursula, m. Thomas Pepys, Esq. of Hatcham Barnes.

Bryan Stapylton d. 1658, and was s. by his son.

Sir Henry Stapylton, of Myton, who was created a Baronet

1G60. His last male descendant (Jor intermediate line, see

Burke's Extinct Baronetage).
Sir Martin Stapylton, 8th Bart, of Myton, d. without issue

Jan. 1817, when the estates passed to (the eldest son of his

sister Anne, by her husband, Rev. John Bree, Rector of Mark's

Tey, Essex) his nephew,

Martin Bree, Esq., 6. Sept. 1771, who assumed the

surname and arms of Stapylton only. He to. 1st, Sophia,

dau. of William Parsons, Esq. of Plymouth, and by her had


I. Stapylton, late of Myton.

II. Martin (Uev.), Rector of Barlborough, co. Derby, to. 17
July, 182H, Elizabeth Henrietta Stote, dau. of Rev. James
Watson Stote Donnison, Vicar of Feliskirk, co. York, and
d. 1869, having by her (who d. 1887) had issue,

1 Edward JIartin Roper, b. 1829 ; d. s. p. 1853.

2 Martyn (Rev.), M.A., late Fellow of University Coll.
Durham, and Hector of Uarlborough, co. Derby, b. 12
June, 1830; m. June, 1866, Esther {d. 1869), dau. of Rev.

Robert Cock, and has issue, John, h. 21 April, 1867, m.
1891, Annie Mathilde, dau. of Henry Carter Aloore, Esq.,
and has issue, Henry Bryan, b. 8 April, 1892, and Eliza-
beth Olive, 6. 17 Dec. 1803; Monica, d. nam. 1886; and

1 Harriet Elizabeth.

2 Jane Emma, ?«. 16 Nov. 1854, Richard Laurence Pem-
berton, Esq. of The Barnes, co. Durham, and d. 7 Dec.
1865, leaving issue.

3 Laura Anne, m. 16 Dec. 1857, Thomas Horalio JIarshall,
Esq. of Hartford Beech, co. Chester, and d. 1858, leaving
issue, a son.

4 Emma Herbert, d. unm. 18S2.

5 Susan Mary Roper.

6 Margaret Monica, to. 13 April, 1863, J. G. T. Bucknall
Estcourt, Esq. of Estcourt, co. Gloucester.

7 Frances Blanche,?;!,. 9 April, ISGO, RodolphZwilchenbart,
Esq., and d. 1861, leaving a dau.

8 Octavia Constance, m. V. F. Figwelli, Esq., and has issue.

III. Henry, of Sniperley, co. Durham, J. P., Baiii.-ter-at-Law,
late Recorder of Durham and Hartlepool, and Judge of
County Courts of Durham, b. 1802; d. unm. 1887.

Mr. Stapylton m. 2ndly, Anne, dau. of William Curtis, Esq. of
Chiswick, and by her had

IV. Biyan, m. Lucy, dau. of Kev. A. Johnson, Rector of
South Stoke, near Bath, d., leaving issue.

V. Augustus Miles Carteret.

VI. Herman, Lieut. -Col. 27th Foot, d. unm. 1868.

I. Laura Anne, to. Thomas Vardon, Esq. of lisher, Surrey,
Librarian of the House of Commons, and has issue.
Mr. Stapylton d. 7 March, 1842, and was «. by his son,

Stapylton Stapylton, of Myton, b. 22 Jan. 1798, to.
1st, 1824, Euphrosine Castle (who d. s. p. in Paris 1827),
and 2ndly, 5 Aug. 1830, Margaret, dau. of Thomas Tomlinson,
Esq. of CO. York, by whom (who d. 29 Nov. 1883), he had two

Henry Miles, now of Myton.

Martin Bryan, of Wadhara College, Oxon, B.A., and of the
Inner Temple, Barrister-ai-Law, b. 23 Nov. 1832; in. 11
Dec. 1860, Mary Jane, eldest dau. of John iirynier, Esq. of
llsington House, Dorset, and d. 2 Jan. 1894, leaviug issue.
Miles John, &. 28 March, 1869.
Martin Frederick, b. 1 Oct. 1873.
Monica, d. an infant.

Laura Mary, m. 19 Dec. 1882, Major Huntley Paeon, late
of the 9th East Norfolk Regt., of Apton Hall, Rocliford,
Violet Louise.

Mr. Stapylton d. 8 July, 1864.

Arms — Arg., a lion rampant sa. Crat— Oat of a ducal,
coronet or, a Saracen's head ppr. Motto — Fide sed cui vide.

Scat— Myton Hall, York.


Hamilton-Stakee, James Gib?on, E-sq. of Tro-
queer Holm, co. Xirkcudbright, M.A.,F.S.A., J.P.
for cos. Dumfries and Kirkcudbright, b. 9 Feb.
1837; m. 15 April, 1863, Ameha, dan. of Kev.
Eichard Rowland Bloxam, M.A., Rector of Har-
laston, CO. Stafford, and granddau. of Lieut. -Gen.
Thomas Goldie, of Goldielea, co. Kirkcudbright
{see Goldie-Taitbman). Mr. Starke was called
to the Scotch Bar in 1862, and was for some years
one of Her Majesty's Judges in the island of
Jamaica. He assumed the additional surname of
HAMiLTOisr as lineal representative, through his
mother (d. 16 Sept. 1859J, of tlie ancient family of
Hamilton of Olivestob, co. Haddington, a branch
of the ducal house.

Lineag-e. — The late Jajies Starke, Esq. of Troqueer
Holm, a member of the Scotch Bar, and for several yeais one
of the Judges of the Supreme Court in Ceylon, by his wife,
John Hamilton, dau. and heir of Major James Gibson, eldest
son of James Gibson, M.D. Edinburgh, by Jean his wife, dau.
and eventually sole heir of Major Thomas Hamilton, of the
Royal Irish Dragoons. The said Thomas Hamilton was son
and heir of James Hamilton, of Olivestob, co. Haddington, a
member of the Scotch Bar and Sheriff of co. Haddington,
eldest son of Lieut. -Col. Thomas Hamilton, of Olivestob, whose
arms were recorded in the public registerofLord Lyon's Office,
in Scotland, 25 Aug. 1673. Mr. Starke d. 8 Nov. 1879, leaving

I. James Gibson Hamilton-Starke, his heir.

II. William, b. 18 April, 1839, Major-Gen. in the army, late
16th fiegt.





Arms — 1st and 4th az., a chevron arg. between a bull's head
erased and two acorns in chief and in base a key fesswavs, wards
downwards or, for Starke ; Jnd and Srd gu., a martlet between
three cinqueioils arg., a bord, embattled or, for Hamilton.
Crests — 1st, A dexter hand ppr., gripping by the lug and the
horn a bull's head downwards er.ised or, distilling drops of
blood ppr. {motto, over — Fortioruni fortia facta, for Starke);
2nd, An antelope's head ppr., gorged and attired gu. Motto —
In>ia virtuti pervia, for Hamilton ; below the shield, Ausilio

Seal — Tivijueer Holm, Dumfries, N.B.


Starket, Akthuk, Esq. of Wreiibury Hall, co.
Chester, J.P., b. 6 June, 1847 ; s. his father 1888.

Lineage. — The estate of 'Wrenbury was conveyed in
marriage, tewp. Richard II., by Eleanor, the eldest dan. and
co-heir of Olton. to her husband, Thomas Starket, of the
Stretton branch of the family. Thenceforward it continued
in the direct descendants of the marriage till the death of
Thomas Starkey, Esq. of Wrenbury, 1802, when it devolved on
his widow, who bequeathed it, ISll, to her nephew, John
Cross, Esq., the son of her sister Mary, the wife of William
Cross, Esq. In compliance with his aunt's testamentary in-
junction, Mr. Cross assumed the surname and arms of
Stabkey. Mr. Cross-Starkey »i. 1st, Susan Warren, by whom
he had (with two daus., Eleanor and Susan, who both d.
young) two sons,

I. JoBN*WiLLiAM, Capt. H.E.I.C.S., b. 5 July, 1805; d. 25
June, 1847.

II. Samuel, late of Wrenbury.

He )ii. 2ndly, 22 July, 1812, Gracia Turnbull, dau. of Edward
Penman, Esq., by whom he had issue,

III. Edward Penman, 6. 25 Nov. 1814 : d. 8 Nov. 1836.

IV. Augustus Campbell, b. 23 July, I81U ; d. 5 Feb. 1834.

V. Arthur Brydon vRev.), FeUow of St. John's Coll. Oxford,
Hector of Bygrave, Herts, b. 14 Dec. 181G ; m. 11 Dec. 1860,
Mary, dau. of Rev. Thomas Clayton, Rector of Cottingham,
Northamptonshire, and had issue, 1 Cecil Arthur Peyton,
b. and (/. 26 April, 1862; 2 Cyril Edgar Fiodsham, 6. 12
Sept. 1SG3 ; 1 Berta Mary F" ranees.

I. Gracia Agnes Anne, d. an infant 1822.

Mr. Cross-Starkey d. 4 April, 1855. His eldest surviving son,
Samuel Cboss-Starket, Esq. of Wrenbury Hall, co.

Chester, J. P., Major H.E.I.C.S. (retired), b. U March, 1807 ;

71). 1st, 2 April, 1839, Henrietta Suft, dau. of Gen Manson,

H.E.I.C.S., and by her (who d. 1850) had issue,
I. Arthus, now of Wrenbury Hall.

I. Henrietta Gracia, m. 14 Sept. 1870, Rev. C. M. Aldis, M.A.,
Incumbent of Wrenbury, who d. 12 Sept. 1878.

II. Alice, m. '24 F'eb. 1880, J. Paterson, Esq. of Amoy, China.

He m. 2ndly, 3 Nov. 1853, Eleanor, dau. of Charles Robert
Simpson, Esq. of Waterloo, Liverpool, and d. 1888, leaving

II. Edward Penman, b. 8 Dec. 1854.

III. Charles Randle Humphry, b. 13 Dec. 1855 ; d. 21 Aug.
1«GG. IV. Walter Hewitt, 6. 4 July, 1857.

V. Francis Vere, b. 22 Jan. 1860.

III. Eleanor Ida. iv. Fanny Ethel Cotton.

V. Evelyn Mary Blanche.

Seat — Wrenbury Hall, Xantwich, co. Chester.


Staekey, Lewis Raxdle, Esq. of Norwood Park,
CO. Notts, and Spring Lodge, Huddersfield, co.
York, J. P. and D.L. for that co., M.P. for Southern
Div. West Hiding 1874-80, and J.P. and D.L. for
CO. Notts, and High Sheriff for that co. 1891-92,
Patron of one living (St. Thomas', Huddersfield),
formcrlj Capt. 2nd West York Yeomanry Cavalry,
h. 13 March, 183C ; m. 5 May, 1858, Constance
Margarettc, dau. of Thomas Starkey, Esq., J.P.
West Riding of Yorkshire, and has issue,

I. John Ralph, 6. 1 March, 1859; to. 31 Oct. 1888, Emily,
2nd dau. of Charles Seely, Esq. of Sherwood Lodge,
Notts, and Brooke House, Isle of Wight, and has

n. Lewis Edward, Capt. 4th Hussars, &. 23 Nov. 1860.

III. Thomas Handle, 6. 1 April, 1864.

IV. Artliur Henry, b. 31 May, 1865.

I. Constance Agnes.

II. Margarette Eveline.

III. Laura Beatrice.

Lineage. — Tlie Starkies of Huntroyd, co. Lancaster,
from whom this family descends, became possessed of Si-
inondstone and other estates about the time of Henbt VII.,
by marriage with the heiress of Simondstone. They had
for several generations previously resided at Barnton, in
Cheshire. !■

Geoffrey Stabky, of Barnton, living 1342, son of Randlb J
Starkey, of Barnton, by Alice his wife, dau. of Henry de |
Berthington, and grandson of Geoffrey Starky, of Berth- t
ington, was father (with other children) of Handle Starki }
whose son, William Starky, of Barnton, was father of i
Ralph Starky, father of William Starky, Lord of Berth- i
ington, 31 Henry VI., who, by Margaret his wife, had two {

I. Edmund. , |

II. Thomas, of Twiston, co. Lancaster, j«re uxoris, m. Eliza-
beth, dau. and co-heir of Richard Worsley, of Mearley, and j
Isabel his wife, dau. of Henry Townley of Barnside, and
vas ancestor of the Starkies of Twiston.

The elder son, '

Edmund St-^-Kky, m. Elizabeth, dau. and heir of John |
Simondstone, of Simondstone, co. Lancaster, and with her
acquired Simondstone, Huntroyd, &c. He d. 3 Aug. 3 Henry
VIII. His son, James Starky, m. 22 Henry VII., Jane, dau.
of John Tempest, Esq. of Bracewell, co. York, and was father
of Lawrence Starky, Esq. of Simondstone, Sheriff of Lan-
cashire 15 Henry Vlll., wlio in. Florence, dau. of Reginald
Atkinson, of Skipton, andby her (who hi. 2ndJy, Roger Nowell,
Esq. of Head) left at his decease, 1 Edward VI., an eldest son
and heir, Edmund Starky, Esq. of Huntroyd and Simondstone,
who TO. (settlement dated 3 Elizabeth) Anne, dau. of Nicholaa
Hancock, of Lower Higham, co. Lancaster, and, besides other
issue, had

I. Nicholas, of Cleworth, ancestor of Starkfe of Huntroyd.

II. William, of Huntroyd, and afterwards of Simondstone,
m. 3 Nov. 1601, Frances, dau. of John Whittacre, of
Simondstone, and had, with other issue (he was bur. 22
Feb. 1622, will proved 1623), a son, Edmund, of Simondstone,
bapt. 3 March, 1601-2, who had four sons, 1 Edmund, of
Ivy House, Warley, co. York, m. Susan Radcliffe; 2 William,
living 1688; 3 Lawrence, living 1688; and 4 Nicholas,
d. s. p.

III. John, of whom we treat.

The 3rd son,

John Stabky, of Huntroyd, and afterwards of Padiham, m.
23 April, 1598, Grace Wilkinson, of Padiham, and by her
(who d. 1614) was father of (besides other children)

John Stabky, bapt. 23 Oct. 1608, of Longwood House, in
Huddersfield, who purchased lands at Brockholes, inOvendon,
in 1671. He was s. by his eldest son,

John Starkey, of Longwood House,bapt. 16 Jan. 1641, who,
by Anne his wife, left at his decease in 1702, besides other
issue, an eldest son and heir,

John Starkey, of Longwood House, bapt. 7 Feb. 1675,
who, in conjunction with his brother, sold the Brockholes
estate. He m. 17 May 1697, Alice Drake, and by her had an
only son,

John Starkey, of Marsh, in Huddersfield, bapt. 1 Dec. 1701,
who d. 10 June, 1782, leaving, by Martha his wife, several
sons and daus., of wliom the eldest son,

John Stabkey, of Littletown, in Liversedge, co. York,
bapt. 12 June, 1734, vi. 26 May, 1760, Martha, dau. of Joshua '
Collingwood, of Huddersfield, and by her (who m. 2ndly, Mr.
Bradley, of Huddersfield) left at his decease in 1764 an only

John Starkey, of Wheat House, Huddersfield, bapt. 17
June, 1762, 7)i. 26 March, 1787, Abigail, dau. of William Dew-
hurst, of Warley, co. York, and by her (who d. 1844) left at
his decease, 24 May, 1813,

I. AVilliam, of Wakefield, b. 17 March, 1783: m. 21 Dec.
1808, Elizabeth, dau. of Joshua Tinker, of Huddersfield,
and had issue,

John, b. 24 Feb. 1819; d. 1864.

F.liza, m. 11 Jan. 1839, John Watson, Esq. of Wakefield
Sarah Anne, m. 6 March, 1834, William Thomas Hall, Esq,
of Sandal Cliffe, co. York.
Mary, d. an infant. Hannah.

II. John, of Spring Lodge.

III. Thomas, of Spring Wood, J.P. for the West Riding, 6.
14 April, 1794; m. 5 Oct. 1830, Charlotte, dau. of William
Stanton, Esq. of The Thrupp, Stroud, and had issue,

Thomas Stanton, &. 13 Dec. 1S38 ; to. Mary, youngest dau.

of Rev. Charles Hall, of Terrington, Yorkshire, and has

issue, one dau. Kathleen.
Edward Charles, b. 25 Nov. 1840 ; m. July, 1888, Eveline,

dau. of It. Henty, Esq.
Anne Maria, m. Major-Gen. Frederick Stanton, E.E.






Constance Marsarette, m. Lewis Handle Starkey,"^

Esq. of Norwood Fark, Notts. Uwins

Margarette Constance, m. Sir Edward Stanton, |
C.B., K.C.M.G. J

Charlotte Blanche.
IV. Joseph, of The Hall, Hultons Ambo, Yorkshire, J.P. for
the West Biding, 6. 17 Dec. 1798; d. 24 April, 1857.
I. Hannah, d. )865. ii. Elizabeth, d. 1812.

III. Sarah, d. 1884. iv. Mary, deceased.

The 2nd son,

John Staekey, Esq. of Spring Lodge, Huddersfield, co.
York, J.P. for West Biding, m. Sarah Anne, eldest dau. of
Joseph Armitage, Esq. of Milna Bridge House, near Hudders-
field, J.P. and D.L. for West Biding co. York, and by her
<who d. 30 Aug. 1880) had issue,

I. Lewis Handle, now of Norwood Park.

II. John Frederick, of Bodicote House, Banbury, Oxon, J. P.,
m. Mary Margaret, 3rd dau. of the Kuv. H. Snow, late
Vicar of Bibury, near Cirencester, and has issue.

i!i. Walter Henry, of Berricote, near Leamington, late Capt .
3rd Hussars, ?/t. Augusta Maria, eldest dau. of Archibald
Dymock, M.D., of Louth, co. Lincoln^

I. Fanny, vi. William Fetherstone Dilke, Esq. of Maxstoke
Castle, CO. Warwick, J.P.

II. Agnes, TO. George Cattal Greenway, of co. Warwick, and
has issue.

Mr. Starkey d. 13 Dec. 1856.

Arms — Arg., a bend engrailed vair between six storks sa.
Crest — A stork arg., semee of estoiles az. Motto — Homo
proponit, Deus disponit.

Seats — Norwood Park, Southwell, Notts, and Spring Lodge,
Huddersfield, co. York.


Baeber-Staeket, William Joseph Staeket,
Esq. of Darley Dale, co. Derby, J.P., B.A. Trin.
Coll. Camb., and of the Inner Temple, London,
Barrister-at-Law, h. 1 Aug. 1847; m. 29 April,
1873, Margaret Aimee, 3rd dau. of Sir George
Kinloch, 1st Bart, of Kinloch, co. Perth, and has
had issue,

I. Joseph Edmund Kinloch, 6. 12 Feb. 1874; d. 2 Aug.

II. William Henry Joseph, 6. 4 March, 18S0.

III. Boger John Kinloch, b 8 July, 1883.

IV. Francis Waugh Gordon, b. 9 May, 18S5.

V. Charles Cecil, 6. 6 Feb. 1890.

I. Margaret Sarah Mary Josephine.

II. Georgina Blanche Elaine,
in. Aim^e Josephine.

IV. Constance Kathleen.

Mr. Barber took the name of Staekey in addition
to that of Baebee.

liineagre. — Bichabd Bakber, of Whitemoor Hall, in
the parish of Duffield, co. Derby, gent., 6. 2 April, 1712 ; m.
Ann Bakewell, of Frith Hall, co. Leicester. He m. subse-
quently, Ann Willot, of the parish of Dufldeld, co. Derby, and
dying 29 July, 1789, left one son,

Bev. William Barber, h. 10 June, 1779, M.A. of St. John's
Coll. Camb., and Vicar of Duffield and Muggington, both co.
Derby. He m. Juliana Maria, dau. of William Henry Wayne,
of Hill Cottage, Quorndon, co. Derby, and dying 19 May,
1858, left three children, Bichard (Bev.) b. 14 Feb. 1811, M.A.
St. John's Coll. Camb. ; William Henry (Bev.) of whom
presently ; and Juliana Maria, 6. 2 May, 1807. The 3rd

Bev. William Henry Barber, M.A. of Magdalen Coll.
Camb., Perpetual Curate of Quorndon, co. Derby, 6. 10 Nov.
1814 ; m. Mary, 3rd dau. of John Starkey, of Wheat House,
Huddersfield, CO. York, and dying 19 April, 1872, was s. by his
only child, the present William Joseph Starkey Barber-
Starkey, Esq. of Darley Dale.

Residences — Aldenham Park, Bridgnorth, Shropshire ; and
Knockshandoch, Glen-Isla, Alyth, N.B.


Staekie, Le Gendee Nicholas, Esq. of Hunt-
royde, co. Lancaster, M.A., J.P. and D.L., High
Sheriff 1868, J.P. West Biding, co. York, M.P. for
Clitheroe 1853 to 1856, late Col. Commanding
3rd Batt. East Lancashire Eegt., I. 10 Jan. 1828 ;
m. 15 Oct. 18G7, Jemima Monica Mildred, 2nd dau.

of Henry Tempest, Esq. of Lostock Hall, co. Lan-
caster, and sister of Sir Charles Heni-y Tempest,
1st Bart of Heaton, and has had issue,

L EDMnND Arthur Le Gendre, J.P. for Lancashire, Lieut.
3rd Batt. East Lane. Begt., 6. 10 Feb. 1871.

II. Henry Eandal Le Gendre, b. 27 May, 1873; d. 16 June,

III. Piers Cecil Le Gendre, 6. 14 Sept. 1882.

Liineage. — This is a branch of the ancient family or
Stabkie of Stretton, co. Chester.

Bandal Starkie, of Barnton, co. Chester, inherited lands
from his brother Bichard in or before the year 1355. From
him lineally descended

Nicholas Stabkie, Esq. of Huhtroyde, grandson of Nicholas
Starkie, Esq. of Huntroyde, by Anne his wife, dau. and sole
heir of John Parr, Esq. of Kempnough. He served in the
parliamentary army 1643, and was despatched from Preston,
after the surrender of that place, to take Houghton Tower, the
seat of Sir Gilbert Houghton. He m. 1st, Katherine, dau. of
Lambert Tyldesley, Esq., and 2ndly, Grace, dau. of James
Murgatroyd, of Murgatroyd, co. York. By the latter he left
a son and heir,

John Starkie, Esq. of Huntroyde, m. 1654, Alice, dau. o*
Alexander Norres, of Tonge-cum-Haulgh, and had issue,

I. John, of whom hereafter.

II. Nicholas, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Col. Gimter, of Anbury,
Wilts, and had issue,

1 Edmund, Barrister-at-Law, M.P. for Preston, d. s. p.

2 Nicholas, of Eiddlesden, co.. York, in. Sarah, dau. and
co-heir of Valentine Ffarington, M.D. of Preston, and had

Le Gendre, of whom hereafter, as eventual successor to
Betty, VI. William Dixon, Esq. of Sutton.

3 John (Bev.), Bector of Halnakor, d. s. p.

4 Thomas, of Preston, to., but d. s. p.

5 William, Merchant, of Manchester, m. and had, with
other issue, a son, Thomas Starkie, Esq. of Frenchwood,
m. Catherine, dau. of Edward Downes, Esq. of Sprigley.
and was s. by his son, Nicholas Starkie, Esq. of French-
wood, CO. Lancaster, and Biddlesden Hall, co. York,
whose dau. and co-heir, Elizabeth Susannah, vi. 1815,
Henry Bence-Bence, Esq. of Thorington Hall, Suffolk.

III. Alexander.

I. Anne. ii. Mary. iii. Alice.

Mr. Starkie, High Sheriff co. Lancaster 1656, was s. by his
eldest son,

John Starkie, Esq. of Huntroyde, b. 1638; m. Anne, dau. of
William Hulton, Esq. of Hulton Park, and had issue,

I. Piers, his heir.

II. John, in the Exchequer, d. s. p.

I. Alice, m. Hon. Horace Townshend.

II. Maiy, TO. Peter Worthington, Esq. of West Houghton.
He d. 1676. His eldest son.

Piers Starkie, Esq. of Huntroyde, d. «. p., aged 74, when
Huntroyde devolved upon his kinsman,

Le Gendre Starkie, Esq. of Huntroyde (son of Nicholas
Starkie, of Eiddlesden, cousin to Piers Starkie). He m. Frances,
dau. of Walter Hawkesworth, Esq. of Hawke.sworth, co. York,
and was s. by his son,

Le Gendre Nicholas Starkie, Esq. of Huntroyde, High
Sheriff 1806. He m. Charlotte, dau. of Bev. Benjamin Preedy,
D.D., Bector of Brington, co. Northampton, and had, i. Le
Gendre, his heir; ii. Le Gendre Piers ; ui. Le Gendee
Nicholas, late of Huntroyde ; i. Frances Le Gendre, d. an
infant; ii. Charlotte Le Gendre, m. Col. Henry Armytage,
of the Coldstream Guards, 3rd son of Sir George Armytage,
4th Bart, of Kiiklees. Mr. Starkie d. 1807, and was «. by his

Le Gendre Starkie, Esq. of Huntroyde, m. Elizabeth, dau.
of Bichard Atherton Gwillym, Esq. of Bewsey. H

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